Arman Padaryan

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General Manager of Hover Chamber Choir, and since 2011 Producer, Country Armenia Director of YerazArt, Inc., Deputy Director of the Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra and since 2011 General Producer, General Manager of the Komitas Quartet in 2002–2011. One of few Armenian specialists in Arts Management. Currently living in Yerevan, Armenia. Graduate of Yerevan State Linguistic University, 1992. Internee of Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland, 1996, Visiting Arts of the British Council, London, UK, 1999, the Amsterdam-Maastricht Summer University, 2004. As a journalist in 1992–1999 published a fanzine "Mark's Gazette" – chronicles dedicated to youth culture of Armenia, mostly around Armenian rock music events, and literary works. First edition of its kind in Armenia. As a producer known due to work with Hover Chamber Choir (2 CDs, 2 DVDs), Komitas Quartet (3 CDs), Oaksenham (2CDs), ARTSRUNI (2CDs), YerazArt (4 CDs). As a festival producer co-organized Yerevan Baroque Music Festival and National Cello Festival from 2005 to 2009. As an NGO activist and project writer received grants from Eurasia Foundation, Open Society Foundation, Kurt Weill Foundation, Flora Family Foundation, Orange Foundation in 1998–2010. As a lecturer worked at the Yerevan State Linguistic University in 1993–1999. Family originated in Artvin, nowadays Turkey. Born in Tbilisi, Georgia. Came to Armenia in 1987. Married, three children.

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